|Board of Directors
Kellie Dickerson, CMCA
Kellie Dickerson, CMCA holds a Bachelors degree in Corporate Communication from the College of Charleston. She has worked banking for over 10 years, spending the last 6 at BB&T. As an employee of the bank’s Association Services division, Kellie’s work is devoted exclusively to community associations. She is an active member of the Central Virginia, Southeastern Virginia and North Carolina chapters of Community Associations Institute. She received the Rising Star award from the Central Virginia Chapter of CAI in 2012 and the Southeastern Virginia Chapter in 2011.
Outside of work, Kellie is the Alumnae District Director for Kappa Alpha Theta, is a current Director of The Rotary Club of Norfolk, is a member of the Tidewater Alumnae Panhellenic Association and is the Treasurer of Christ & Saint Luke’s Episcopal Church in Norfolk.
In September of 2012, Kellie was named by Inside Business as one of Hampton Roads “Top 40 Under 40” honorees.
Ewell is the Program Director for The Wyndham Foundation, which is a large
community of 1,650 homes managed by Associa Community Group, Inc. Ashley has
been with Associa Community Group, Inc. since 2009. As the Program Director,
Ashley coordinates all of the fun events and programs within Wyndham, and works
with the Board of Directors to ensure Wyndham is a great place to live!
Ashley continues to complete courses through Community Associations Instituted
and Associa University. Ashley graduated from Radford University with a
Bachelors of Science in Communications- Public Relations in 2008. Since
graduating and returning to Richmond, Ashley has served on her sorority’s local
alumnae chapter Board of Directors.
Roy Kalista, RS
CVC-CAI Vice President
Roy Kalista, RS received his Master of Architecture Degree
from Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University in Tallahassee, Florida
and has worked with DMA since 2012 providing his services to Community
Associations throughout Virginia. Roy
has been an active member of several chapters of CAI and has received the You
Make a Difference award in 2014 for his work in both the Southwest Virginia
Chapter and the Rising Star award in 2015 for his involvement in the Central
Virginia Chapter. Outside of work, Roy
is the Vice President for his Civic Association in the Richmond Area.
Michele Mulligan, Esquire
Michele Mulligan is a founding partner of the law firm Golightly Mulligan & Booth PLC. She graduated from Mary Washington College in 1987, and from the University of Richmond with a law degree in 1990 and a Master of Business Administration in 1999. Michele has an extensive background in civil litigation, including business litigation, real estate disputes, landlord tenant matters, professional liability defense and insurance coverage. For the last eight years she has also practiced in the community association field.
Prior to that time, she served on the Government Affairs Committee and Board of Directors of her own large homeowners association, and currently serves as President of the Board of Directors for a condominium association. She is active in the Central Virginia Chapter of Community Associations Institute, having served as chair of the Legislative Committee, and she is also a member of Community Associations Institute’s national Amicus Committee and the Virginia Leadership Retreat Committee. She frequently lectures and publishes on a variety of topics germane to community associations. Michele has been named a Virginia Super Lawyer in 2009 through 2012, including as one of the Top 25 Women Lawyers in Virginia in 2010, and has received an “AV” or pre-eminent peer review rating through Martindale Hubbell.
Michael Sottolano, Esq.
Michael Sottolano, Esq. is an associate attorney at Chadwick, Washington, Moriarty, Elmore & Bunn, P.C. and works out of the firm’s Richmond (Glen Allen) office. His primary focus is providing legal assistance to community associations and his practice involves all aspects of common interest community association law, such as advising board of directors in their day-to-day operations, reviewing contracts, drafting governing documents and amendments, as well as enforcement of covenant violations, addressing fair housing concerns and collection of unpaid assessments. Michael is also experienced in litigating construction defect cases against developers and declarants of communities.
Michael is an alumnus of James Madison University (B.S. 2005) and the College of William and Mary School of Law (J.D. 2010). He is also a member of the Virginia State Bar and is admitted to practice law in the Supreme Court of Virginia and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. Prior to joining Chadwick, Washington, Moriarty, Elmore & Bunn, P.C., Michael litigated numerous criminal cases in Stafford County with the Fredericksburg Office of the Public Defender. He additionally assisted the United States Department of Labor, Office of Administrative Law Judges in drafting judicial recommendations.
Michael is a frequent presenter at CVC-CAI events, including the 2012 and 2013 CVC-CAI Tradeshow and the second annual installment of the nationally-recognized CVC-CAI “Info-mercial” event. He is also the author of the Consensus article, “Ho Ho Ho, Holiday Decorating We Go!, How To Protect The Aesthetics Of Your Community This Holiday Season” and co-author of the Consensus article, “‘There’s No Business Like Show Business…!’ (Do We Need A License For That?)”.
Douglas Brooks, Sr., CMCA, AMS
G. Brooks is the principal broker, president and CEO of Real Property
Management located in Charlottesville, Virginia. Real Property manages
900 residential units, commercial space, and over 70 homeowner and
condominium associations in the City of Charlottesville and surrounding
counties. Doug is also a managing partner and associate broker of Bear
Granville Corporation, a residential management company located in the Carytown
district of Richmond, Virginia.
an alumnus of the University of Virgina (BA 1992, MEd 2004, EdS 2004). He is a
licensed real estate broker in Virginia and earned CAI’s CMCA and AMS
designations for community management. Prior to 2004, Doug served as a
Virginia State Trooper, a patrolman/accreditation officer with the City of
Charlottesville, and a mental health therapist for youth enrolled in care
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